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One of our brothers was the social chair for his 50th Tech reunion at Homecoming, helping to raise $32.9 million for the Georgia Tech Foundation. Another just celebrated his 89th birthday. Another supported the rescue the survivor from the Virgin Galactica Spaceship. Who are they?

George W. Haynes '50 (376 Golfview Dr, , Miramar Beach, FL 32550 USA; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Bill celebrated his 89th birthday with family and friends at his daughter's home in Trussville, AL.

Geoffrey C. Gill, '64 (2626 Oglethorpe Cir NE, Atlanta, GA 30319-6601; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Geoff Gill served as social chairman for his 50th Tech Reunion held on Homecoming weekend. Who better to put the party together than a Kappa Sig. Geoff contacted Aleck Janoulis AE ’66, the leader of the original Night Shadows band, which in the early ’60s was the House Band at Alpha Tau. Aleck was able to get the band back together for the Class of 1964 reunion party which was a great success with 282 classmates and guests in attendance. The class of ¹64 raised a new class record $32.9 million for the Georgia Tech Foundation. Over $400,000 was designated for the Ramblin' Reck Endowment, which will support maintenance of the Wreck and need-based scholarships. As part of his duties as social chair, Geoff rode in the Ramblin' Reck down Freshman Hill and into Bobby Dodd Stadium prior to the Homecoming game.

Joseph C. Antonio, MD '72 (10211 E Rugged Mountain Dr, , Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 USA; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) As prior Navy pilot/flight surgeon, Chuck continues to support USN night vision device (NVD) and helmet-mounted display (HMD) projects. He just completed teaching HMD technology and aeromedical concerns to potential USN/USMC Night Imaging and Threat Evaluation (NITE) Lab Instructors at MCAS Yuma, Ariz. He recently supported the rescue of the survivor from the Virgin Galactica Spaceship mishap as the flight surgeon member aboard a National Test Pilot School (NTPS) UH-1N. He will teach Night Vision System Integration Testing and HMD Testing techniques to student test pilots and test engineers at NTPS this spring.

Michael S. Hickman '88 (6935 Lancaster Circle, Cumming, GA 30040-7340; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Michael was elected to the Agent Leadership Council of Keller Williams for calendar year 2015. The ALC is comprised of Top-20 agents who take one year to aid in the direction of the company through its philanthropy, budget, production, leadership, growth and training committees.

Brett D. Guenther '92 (1110 Yale Place, Charlotte, NC 28209-1438; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Brett has passed the United States Patent and Trademark Office Bar Exam and is now working as a patent agent for the law firm of Additon, Higgins and Pendleton located in Charlotte, N.C.

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